When your guests enter your house, a beautiful living room will make them feel extra welcome. Try to decorate with our favourite pieces of furniture.
Presented at Salone Del Mobile 2019 in Milan, Amarcord is a nostalgic piece from the Promemoria catalogue. Designed by Romeo Sozzi at the end of the nineties, it is presented with a precious variation made from light grey mahogany with doors inlaid with amaranth wood, clear grey mahogany and teak. Available at Moie.
Made for Fifth Avenue
Jonathan Adler’s Astor Slipper Chair’s low seat height and armless silhouette bring visual lightness to your lair while the slender legs and round bolster cushion add polished flair. Made with sleek brass base and maze pearl cut velvet upholstery with a chic geometric pattern, it was tailored and formal enough for a Fifth Avenue aerie. Available at Klots.
Love of Geometry
The quality of the materials and the love of geometry from gamfratesi, guide the project of the Palladio coffee table which created in six marbles selected by Porro. Available in two different models; circular and trapezoidal with a base made of brass pipe with an unusual striated texture which reinterprets the decorative contours of tradition in a contemporary manner. Available at Prodotti.
Bika, together with Indonesian rising designer Eugenio Hendro, has unveiled new furniture collection for spring/summer 2019. Tristan is a credenza with an impressive figures, bold yet simple shape that is covered with fractured-like pattern mirror. it is a splendid combination of the brand’s classy identity and Eugenio’s personal design statement.
Designed by Paolo Rizzatto for Ghidini 1961, Zuan is an elegant cabinet with essential lines of Japanese flavor, inspired by the timeless classical Chinese cabinets and the eighteenth-century English ‘chests’ that were revisited and updated. The slender structure in essence is opposed by four slim legs in gilded metal. The central compartment closed by essential brass handles with shelves in verde Alpi marble.
With its silky linen-blend upholstery, elegant curves and generous seat depth, Drake Slipper Chair by Kate Spade is a vintage-inspired chair that makes a stylish addition to the bedroom or boudoir. The fir frame work and a poly foam fill keep the piece as comfortable and stylish at the same time. Available at Klots.
Art Meets Tradition
Louis Vuitton partnered with award-winning designer duo Raw Edges, Yael Mer and Shay Alkalay to create the Dolls limited-edition chair. Took the inspiration from traditional crafts from all over the globe and House’s rich travel heritage, the chair is sculptural in design, marries a deep garden base and seat with a contrasting tropical-print shell.
Designed in the 1950s by the late Paul McCobb Planner Shelves balances the designer signature graphic expression with Fritz Hansen’s classical craftsmanship skills. The Bauhaus-inspired lines of each unit are crafter in durable powder-coated steel with a matte finish with shelves are the cut from natural oak and beveled at the edges to fit seamlessly with the frame.
Colours of Puglia
Cape is a line of seats inspired by the colours of the sea and the landscapes of Puglia that gave birth to natuzzi italia. Created by the international renowned designer, Marcel Wanders, it stands out for its unusual rounded and slender shape. The sofa is upholstered in fabric or leather with raw cut seams and can be enriched with comfortable back cushions that can be covered in the same finish or different. Available at Da Vinci.
Equestrian Heritage The association of Hermès with saddle and furniture making goes back to 1924, when French interior designer Jean-Michel Frank called the house to create sleek leather upholstery for sofas and chairs. The Sofa Sellier is a five-seater corner in Canaletto walnut with cane work on the right side. Upholstered in the leather and fabric in fawn and cinnamon, it come with five large and small pillows in fauve Taurillon H leather and cinnamon fabric.